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Friday, November 14, 2014

FANCY PANTS DESIGNS - ALL FALL AND BLOGGERS CHALLENGE "ALTER IT"




 
Greetings  Shades of Stamping readers, it is Friday and today I am sharing a Scrapbook page I did of my beautiful grandaughter Julie.  I love scrapbooking School photos. I call these pages quick and simple  to complete, as the market has the perfect  paper and embellishments for fall and school.  In no time you can have your keepsakes beautifully embellished and scrapbooked. 
Today I am playing along with Lisa Somerville's Blogger's Challenge.  Lisa challenged us to an open interpretation of the task, "ALTER IT".  Take a tour of Lisa's site, scroll down to the bottom of the post and click on the pictures to see what other challenge players created
My translation of  'alter it' is incorporating recycling using  chipboard from a cereal boxes. I diecut the chipboard using Tim Holtz Alterations Sizzix Die - Honey Comb (#695430); painted with Acrylic Paints, Gesso and finished off with Tim Holtz Distress Stains 'Broken China' paints. 
The word September is from Riff Raff Designs was painted in similar fashion.
I was thrilled to find this wonderful and simply perfect patterned paper by:
 
thank you for stopping by Shades of Stamping and for your wonderful comments
 
   


6 comments:

Carol said...

Thank you for popping round and leaving me some lovely comments Connie.
Love your layout, the design and colours are fabulous and really enhance the beautiful photo of your grand daughter. Carol x

S said...

Super layout Connie. Love the colors and embellishments. Great photo of Julie...she sure is growing up.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Your scrapbooking pages are so excellent, Connie. It was nice of you to stop by and for your lovely comment. It was nice hearing from you, it has been awhile since we have been in touch. Be well. Hugs, Gayle.

Beth said...

Wow Connie this is stunning and your granddaughter is beautiful....love everything about these papers wonderful page.

Terry said...

Connie, this page is gorgeous and what a lovely granddaughter you have! Love this!

Harikini said...

Lovely to hear from you again.
Great work and so happy your crafting again.
Will hope to find you on facebook for a chat.

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